Manufacturing Day 2016 was a success!
Thank you to all those who joined us for our MFG Day Open House.
In celebration of Manufacturing Day 2016, we opened our doors on October 5 to over 60 students, educators, parents and community members showing them the outstanding opportunities in manufacturing. 

The event was hosted in collaboration with the Southwestern Pennsylvania Manufacturing Industry Partnership (SWPA-MIP), featuring programs such as MANUFACTURING 2000 (M2K), Southwestern Pennsylvania BotsIQ, and the National Tooling and Machining Association Apprenticeship Program. 

Activities included live demonstrations from our M2K students and BotsIQ, as well as facility tours. 

Manufacturing Day is an annual national event executed at the local level and supported by thousands of manufacturers through open houses, plant tours and presentations designed to showcase modern manufacturing technology and careers.

Just because MFG Day is over does not mean you can't still plan a tour at our Training Innovation Center! All interested organizations or individuals can contact Amy Kent, Training Team Member, at kent@ncsquared.com or 412-258-6624.
Top photo: (lfrom left to right) Chris Merlin, Kennametal Foundation, and Paul Anselmo, President & CEO of New Century Careers
Bottom photo: (from left to right) Gene Porter, Gene Haas Foundation, and Paul Anselmo, President and CEO of New Century Careers
Thank you to Kennametal Foundation & Gene Haas Foundation for their generous donations.
The Gene Haas Foundation and the Kennametal Foundation each donated $10,000 to New Century Careers for our MANUFACTURING 2000 (M2K) Quick-Train pre-apprenticeship machinist training program.  A formal check presentation took place at our Training Innovation Center October 5th during the MFG Day open house. The funds raised will be used to train qualified high school graduates and GED completers ages 18 and older interested in manufacturing careers. 

For donation information, click here .
SWPA BotsIQ was featured on KDKA!
SWPA BotsIQ's Clairton High School robotics teams were featured on KDKA-TV, Pittsburgh Today Live, and KDKA News Radio this past week. The feature showcased BotsIQ's involvement in Maker Faire Pittsburgh.

Maker Faire Pittsburgh is a community-driven, independently produced event that is the premier event for grassroots American innovation. The event took place October 15-16 and showcased over 250 local innovators, including SWPA BotsIQ. 

Click here to check out the feature story from KDKA.
Are you, a friend or family member a federal employee?
If so, please consider supporting New Century Careers and giving through the 3 Rivers/PA West Combined Federal Campaign. Donating just $20 per paycheck will allow 12 of our trainees to start the metalworking credentialing process.

It's easier than ever to join us; just select New Century Careers/CFC#56986.
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SWPA BotsIQ exhibits at Maker Faire Pittsburgh
Thank you to Clairton High School, Plum High School, Central Valley High School, and Westmoreland County Community College for helping BotsIQ make this such a successful event! The program's exhibit received two "Maker of Merit' awards at the event for their exciting, live robot demonstrations.

For more information on BotsIQ, click here.
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Pittsburgh, PA 15219 

We are a Southwestern Pennsylvania workforce development organization with a dual client mission to support pre-employment and incumbent manufacturing workers as well as their current or future employers to help each set of clients advance economically through continuous workforce education and training.